“Baldur’s Flats” is a short, expository documentary about a Norse runestone which mysteriously appeared in an Ontario public park in the summer of 2019. Sparked by an investigative CBC article, the film conducts interviews with a groundskeeper, local artist, and professor of Scandinavian studies to decipher the message behind the enigmatic rock.
A boy transforms himself into a superhero after a mysterious object falls from the sky. The boy learns the responsibility that comes with power.
Jack (Matt McDonald) awakes disoriented in a waiting room and is given a mysterious number. He must find out what's to come before his number is called with the help of his Father (John Tench) who is shocked to see him, but may have the answers he's not ready to hear. A short film about the bond between father and son, acceptance and moving on.
“Thought Cabinet” is an experimental short about a man forced to confront his most disturbing fantasies. Literally trapped in his own mind, the man’s only salvation lies in the Thought Cabinet - a mysterious, object-spawning wardrobe which allows him to experience a brief flurry of pleasant stimuli before waking once again to his isolated prison.